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Greenpeace takes ‘corporate spies’ to federal court

The American branch of an international environmental group is suing two chemical companies, their PR firms, and the private investigators they hired allegedly for spying and racketteering. “The message of this lawsuit is: when companies engage in espionage, they will be discovered and exposed. These unacceptable and underhanded tactics interfered…

Fox News ‘terrorism expert’: Act ‘like a superpower’ and attack North Korea

Michael Scheuer, a Fox News “terrorism expert,” during a discussion on Fox and Friends this evening called for the U.S. to act “like a superpower,” and “destroy” North Korea’s Navy. While discussing North Korea’s attack on a South Korean island, Scheuer also said that the U.S. should have attacked North…

Virginia Thomas stepping down as head of Liberty Central

Virginia Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is stepping down as the President and CEO of Liberty Central, a conservative organization she founded last year, according to a published report. “She’ll take a back seat so that Liberty Central can continue with its mission without any of…

British politician arrested over ‘stoning’ tweet

British politician arrested over ‘stoning to death’ tweet apologizes, says he was joking A local politician in England has been arrested after allegedly posting a message on Twitter calling for a journalist to be stoned to death. Police say Birmingham city councilor Gareth Compton was arrested on suspicion of sending…

Obama looks to cut deal with GOP on Bush tax hikes

President Barack Obama on Saturday assured angry US voters who routed his Democratic allies this week that he got their message and urged jubilant Republicans to work with him on a tax-cut deal. “Your message was clear,” the president told Americans in his weekly radio address. “You’re rightly frustrated with…

Obama acknowledges his message didn’t get through

Obama concedes in interview he ‘stopped paying attention’ to selling his message to voters President Barack Obama is acknowledging in the wake of this week’s election rout that he hasn’t been able to successfully promote his economic-rescue message to anxious Americans. Obama says in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes”…

Obama tells bullied gay kids ‘ you are not alone’

“I don’t know what it is like to be picked on for being gay, but I do know what it is like to grow up feeling that sometimes you don’t belong. It is tough,” said Obama, referring to his own youthful search for happiness. Obama said in the video that…

Obama to appear on Stewart’s ‘Daily Show’ Oct. 27

Obama taking campaign message _ and jokes _ to Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show’ on Oct. 27 President Barack Obama is taking his campaign message to “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart. White House spokesman Dan Pfeiffer says Obama is taping an appearance on Oct. 27, just days before the…

Anita Hill: ‘I have no intention of apologizing’

Apparently time doesn’t heal all wounds. Virginia Thomas, the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, has admitted leaving a voice mail asking Anita Hill for an apology. Nearly two decades ago Hill accused the now-justice of sexual harassment at his confirmation hearing. Hill let ABC News hear the voice mail message.…

Republican 527 group urges Nevada Latinos not to vote

Update: Following media coverage, Univision rejects ad discouraging Latinos to vote, ThinkProgress reports After years of leading efforts to block immigration reform that does not involve severe criminal penalties, Republicans are looking for a new way to message the Latino community. They may have found it in Nevada. Attacking Democrats…

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